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This looks amazing.

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Ok. Nuff said.

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25 cup brown rice? I assume this is a typo :D

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hillarious

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Add green beans & generous application of black pepper.

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That looks amazing.

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Can you add the amounts of the ingredients?

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How many chicken breasts? 4?

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Instructions are: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a heavy, wide, lidded pan, melt butter over medium-low heat. Add onion, red pepper, and kosher salt. Sweat the onions and peppers until aromatic, stirring constantly. Add the rice and stir to coat. Continue stirring until rice smells nutty. Add chicken broth, orange zest, saffron and water, and bay leaf. Bring to a boil. Stir once, then cover pan with moistened dish towel (or tea towel). Place lid on pan and fold towel corners over lid. Bake for 15 minutes. Then rest at room temperature for 10 to 20 minutes without removing the cover. Meanwhile, simmer peas in salted water until heated through or heat in a microwave. Remove lid from rice and turn out onto a platter. Add peas and fluff with a large fork. Add raisins and pistachios.

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Me suena mas a desayuno que cena...

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We also do it a lot with beef, just hammer it until is really thin, cover it in bread crumbs. To make it truly in argentinean style, don't forget the parsley! We also usually fry it, but baked is good too.

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I do a pasta salad very similar to this. You can also add bacon bits and bell pepper if you like too and it's great :) Garlic chicken, as Awsome195 suggested, also is very yummy, especially if it's grilled on a grill pan and you let it cool.

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awesome comeback

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add some garlic chicken to make it even better

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I love this dish! I was in Japan at an Okinawan restaurant where I thought I was ordering octopus (TAKO) and they served me beef! A welcomed surprise I must admit.

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Can I assume this is a joke and someone didnt waste time typing this recipe? I assume dthis site attracted people with a basic knowledge of the kitchen.

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@Fireflyfaster: Thanks so much for your quick comment! As I mentioned in the about section it says that the more you add the spicier it gets. My husband likes the whole can but it's darn hot! However I see that I failed to edit the ingredients properly, so I can see how it's confusing. I'll fix that and thanks for pointing it out. :)

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I'm a little confused because the peppers in adobo are listed twice, in different amounts. It seems a broad range — 2 tsp to 11 oz! Looking forward to trying your recipe.

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Add FRESH Thyme and Rosemary to make this dish the best ever! Just throw as much as you want, keep on the vine. Also, buy some italian bread. Cut, Bake, then spread the garlic on the toast. Best Garlic Bread EVER. I would leave the Chicken Broth out.

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These are great. I usually use cream cheese, but these look just as good. I'll try it with the Monterey Jack next time.

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I think this needs some more detail.

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Is "PC" a brand? (If so, which?) Thanks!

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So versatile, you can make anything with this base. I have tried many other recipes for vanilla bases and this is, by far, the best tasting.